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    Squats : 350 x 5, 315 x 6, 280 x 7
    Bench : 280 x 5, 250 x 6, 225 x 10
    Chinups : BW 3 sets of 5
    KB Swings : 28kg 5 sets of 8
    I didn't like the rules you gave me, so I made some of my own.

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    mine's rather pathetic compared to ^^^ but...

    a friend's husband owns a gym called 'the zuu' (primal exercises). he's just put out a dvd and she sent me one. I managed to participate in his 'this is how you do each exercise' and that was it i'm working up to participating in the whole thing (goes for 14 mins. one round of 30 seconds of each exercise then 60 seconds rest time. more if you need it of course, then repeat twice more).

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    - Single Leg Agility Ladder Drills (3 sets of 8 drills) (video)
    - Battling Ropes 20 seconds on/ 10 seconds off for 2 minutes (3 sets)
    - 3 sets of 30 seconds hanging leg raises

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    8 sprint intervals on the treadmill as its a bit cold out this morning. Great workout but not in the same league as hill sprints!

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    I've been full-bore ketogenic diet since January 1st, eating mostly salmon, sardines, eggs, some cheese, and grass-fed beef. No fruit, very few veggies of any sort. I've also been doing my training in the cold. Outside, temps in the 10's and 20's, wearing only shorts, boots, and gloves. The increased metabolism from the cold exposure is beyond phenomonal! Today my workout is 3 sets of 65 pyramid pullups (195 total). Walk 60 minutes.

    If anyone thinks you can't make strength gains while eating a ketogenic diet, you are wrong!

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    Walked the dog 2.2 miles

    Alrighty, back to the gym, feeling like my strained ab has healed enough to do some supported lifting:

    Hammer Strength Incline Bench Press 3x10
    Lat Pull Downs 3x10
    Smith Machine Squats 3x10
    Straight Legged Deadlifts 3x10
    TRX Rows 3x10
    Dips 3x10

    Overall, feel pretty good. Ab is still a little sore, but it continues to improve each day, so I'm not too worried.
    "Suffer no guilt yee who wield this in the name of Crom"
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    - 2 minutes continuous swimming
    - 2 minutes rest
    - 2 minutes continuous swimming
    - 3 minutes rest
    - 1 minute continuous swimming
    - Finisher: 4x hold breath for as long as possible underwater

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    Hour of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: four or five rounds of rolling, technique work, eight minutes of shark tank work. Then a jog/sprint on my way to church.

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    40 miles road cycling, the first 18 into a mild headwind.

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    Bench press, Pull Downs, Overhead Press, Compound Rows, Squats.....done SuperSlow till failure + 10 second static. Done in one set of each and total time of about 15 minutes.

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